Haji Mohamed Dawjee is the deputy digital news editor and a columnist at the Mail & Guardian. Unable to put her degree in music to better use because of stage fright (she maintains), she obtained an honours degree in journalism from the University of Stellenbosch. She now spends her time in the newsroom trying to figure out how to give readers multi-platform story experiences. Besides diversifying the M&G's digital content, Haji also throws together a weekly column, which receives a bit of engagement and no awards. She's a little funny, slightly quirky and she smells good most of the time. Pigeons are her kryptonite and she shoots apostrophes. In her previous incarnation as social media editor at the M&G, she was featured on BBC Radio, Al-Jazeera and the Huffington Post Live.
There aren't many memoirs by female politicians out there, so while we can make fun of Helen, good on her.
The president is alarmed to find 11 dwarfs at his cottage, known only as the Nkandla ad hoc committee.
This safari lodge lends the wild a friendly face and an experience filled with rhino sightings.
The pressure to remain well informed is wearing, let’s just admit it, Greece’s economy is another language to many of us.
It’s time to stop the fantastic story of how wonderful South Africa is and start working towards making this a reality.
The mass-murdering president of Sudan, President Omar al-Bashir, is (believe it or not) hiding at President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead.
If Zuma was the little piggy in the nursery rhyme, he would laugh all the way to Nkandla. But what does it all mean, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
When a transgender woman is on Vanity Fair’s cover, has the world’s opinion of gender changed radically? Or is this level of beauty skin-deep?
The media would rather cover the failings of Bafana Bafana than the success of Banyana Banyana.
The DA's new leader hosted an online Q&A session today to answer some pressing political questions, but obviously Twitter had no chill. Take a look.